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    The simplification of a rational multiplication or division problem is given. Each step is numbered under the problem in parenthesis - (1), (2), (3), and (4). Identify the number of the first step where a mistake occurs, if there are any. Then show what the step should look like.

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    Re: finding the error in a problem - simplifying

    Quote Originally Posted by nikkiann View Post
    The simplification of a rational multiplication or division problem is given. Each step is numbered under the problem in parenthesis - (1), (2), (3), and (4). Identify the number of the first step where a mistake occurs, if there are any. Then show what the step should look like.

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